Two young men wake up early to harvest plantains on their farm in the small town of Boca de Miel to the local markets of Baracoa. The walk from their home to the small town can take as long as 2 hours up and down the winding roads (Summer 2012).
A fisherman is walking home to his fishing village of Boca de Miel after selling his early morning daily catch to a local restaurant in Baracoa. On good day with lots of fish it can take him as long as 2 hours to walk from his fishing village to the small town (Summer 2012).
A young man, who is mentally challenged works as a guard for a state-run facility in the village of Baracoa. He was walking home early in the morning to his small fishing village of Boca de Miel as he works the night-shift. It takes him about 2 hours each way to walk back and forth to work and home (Summer 2012).
Three men walking from their homes from the small fishing village of Boca de Miel to Baracoa. The beginning of the path from the fishing village to beginning of the town of Baracoa is 1 KM. Depending where you live in the fishing village, it can easily take an hour or two walk to your final destination as their are know busses or any other form of public transportation (Summer 2012).
My daughter at the U.S. / Mexico border picking flowers at the Tijuana Estuary, on the U.S. side of the boxer. We hear helicopters on the U.S. side and dogs barking and peacocks on the Mexico, yet it is strangely peaceful.